Dell's Alienware division has launched a new hardware version of its game console-like X51 PC desktop, adding in support for Intel's fourth generation Core (Haswell) processors and more.
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Dell has announced that its Alienware X51 gaming PC is now being sold with an option to have Ubuntu installed in place of a Windows operating system for the first time.
In our latest interview with the makers of high-end PC game systems, we chat with Frank Azor, the general manager of Dell's Alienware division, about their recent X51 PC and more.
Dell's Alienware division has launched a new gaming desktop PC, the X51, that looks like a gaming console and has a price starting at just $699, along with a new Alienware Gaming Service.